ProtoStudios, the University of Iowa’s 3D printing organization, can help health care providers see what’s happening inside their patients before they make their first incision.
Christine Petersen, director of the Center for Emerging and Infectious Diseases in the University of Iowa College of Public Health, says more steps are needed to better control the spread of canine brucellosis, a disease that can cause serious health issues in dogs and spread to humans.
Gabriella Perez, a University of Iowa research technology compliance specialist, has been one of six inaugural Trusted CI Open Science Cybersecurity fellows by the National Science Foundation, giving her new tools to help students and staff members navigate what often can seem like a labyrinth of data laws and policies.
Christopher Brochu, a paleontologist at the University of Iowa, weighs in on a recent study published in Paleobiology in which researchers found signs that the ancestors of the crocodile family had remarkably active metabolisms — and that the creatures evolved them far earlier than expect
New University of Iowa research demonstrates that interactions between indoor and outdoor air pollution contribute to increased emergency room visits for asthma in both children and adults. The research is the first nationwide study to examine children and adults co-exposed to house dust endotoxin and outdoor air pollutants.